SUBJECT MONTH DATE YEAR PAGE COLUMN
5 & 10 cent store owned by Mr. & Mrs. George Watson located in the Millinary Bazaar Building June 14 1911 5 5
A & A Drug January 5 1910 5 5
A & A Drugstore; Charles Herrmann sells to D.H. Jones May 31 1911 4 3
A & A Drugstore; DeTar sells to Charles Herrmann January 25 1911 8 4
A & A Rexaall Drug replaces old awning July 27 1911 4 2
A & A Rexall Drug June 14 1911 3 5
A & A Rexall Drug was managed by J.E. Clark now by Fred Howard June 28 1911 1 1
A & A Rexall Drug was manged by Fred Howard now by George Goddard October 26 1911 1 1
A & A, Rexall Drug store buys DeTar & Donnell  Store May 19 1909 1 2
A & A, Rexall Drug store buys DeTar & Donnell  Store June 2 1909 1 4
A. Disch custom shoes & repair located north of Demain's Drug Store July 29 1926 2 6
A. Dish, shoe repair shop, located one door west of Goldschmidt Hardware August 28 1913 1 6
A. F Aderold --potmaster October 11 1923 5 4
A. Hottewitz moves back to former location May 24 1901 4 4
A. Hottewitz, hardware and groceries March 29 1901 5 5
A. Leslie proprietor of City Meat Market August 12 1915 5 6
A. Ott November 6 1919 2 2
A. Ott & Son blacksmithing January 12 1928 5 4
A. Ott and son, blacksmith & woodwork May 6 1915 4 5
A. Ott and son, blacksmith & woodwork August 3 1916 3 3
A. Ott building  a cement building on to the back of blacksmith shop that will hold 2 carloads of coal. June 14 1923 8 6
A. Ott, Blacksmith January 27 1921 7 1
A. Ott, blacksmith March 20 1924 5 5
A. Ott, blacksmith & wood work, successor to Wes Jones June 14 1911 4 5
A. Ott, blacksmith & wood work, successor to Wes Jones, located south of the Opera House June 14 1911 5 2
A. Ott, blacksmith & woodwork, successor to Wes Jones located south of the opera house April 5 1911 5 5
A. Ott, blacksmith & woodwork, successor to Wes Jones located south of the opera house April 19 1911 5 3
A. Ott, blacksmith , located on south Colony Avenue February 6 1913 5 2
A. Ott, blacksmith , located on south Colony Avenue May 15 1913 5 2
A. Tallman September 2 1920 1 6
A. Weinelt & Co. Variety Store Janurary 1 1925 3 3
A. Weinelt & co. Variety Store February 15 1923 8 5
A. Weinelt & Co. variety Store January 3 1924 5 4
A. Weinelt & Company Variety Store February 25 1937 5 6---7
A. Weinelt & Company's variety store January 28 1926 3 1
A.A. Smith selling tires in the Kinsley Garage December 26 1918 1 4
A.B. DeMoss March 21 1918 1 1
A.B. DeMoss, tinship, located east of Simpson Hardware on 6th (Dr. Pearson's building) August 21 1913 1 5
A.B. Jones Garage September 24 1931 1 7
A.C. Decker Electric Shop May 25 1933 2 3
A.C. Decker rented the Willard Battery station in the Buxton building August 9 1923 7 2
A.C. Dyer and Moffatt upstairs in the Post Office building ? ? 1913 ? ?
A.C. Dyer, attorney, in K of P building July 12 1911 2 3
A.C. Dyer, attorney, located over the Post Office January 7 1915 7 6
A.C. Dyer, attorney, moved Rummell building to the new postoffice August 3 1910 5 6
A.C. Dyer, attorney, with A.L. Moffat June 28 1911 1 3
A.C. Fisher selling wagons January 4 1901 3 1
A.C. Wilcox lease livery on Niles to J.C. Simpson December 8 1909 1 3
A.C. Wilcox rents feedyard at Niles & 7th to Earl Seward October 19 1910 7 3
A.C. Wilcox, cabs April 6 1910 4 5
A.C. Wilcox, feedyard on S. Niles September 14 1911 5 2
A.D. Aderhold buys Carl Willbrand's confectionery January 30 1913 1 6
A.D. Shore's shop located north of Goodwin's Coffe Shop January 7 1943 4 7
A.E. Ford opens barber shop January 20 1909 5 1
A.E. Fords sells to J.F. Elliott September 8 1909 5 3
A.E. Palmer, plumbing & heating in the Demain building in the basement November 2 1911 4 5
A.G. Moffat, painting and papering January 5 1928 9 7
A.G. moffat, practical decorator January 2 1919 5 6
A.G. Moffat, practical decorator April 25 1918 6 1
A.G. Moffat, practical decorator January 7 1915 7 6
A.G. Moffat, practical decorator February 17 1916 7 5
A.G. Moffatt wallpaper hanging January 13 1927 11 7
A.G. Moffatt, practical decorator January 2 1913 7 6
A.G. Phillips, city drayman Janurary 1 1925 2 1
A.G. Phillips, city drayman January 3 1934 6 5
A.H. Aiken killed Augst 17 1938 1 5
A.H. Aitken Lumber Company February 4 1937 4 6--7
A.J. Miller May 27 1920 6 3
A.J. Rapp, manager, of Q.Z, cement block addition & new windows October 12 1911 5 6
A.L. Duckwalls January 13 1944 6 7
A.L. Moe purchased200 horse power motor for the electric light plant August 26 1920 5 3
A.L. Moe, fuel oil & lighting November 23 1911 4 5
A.L. Moe, fuel oil & lighting moves to the west Bidwell room December 28 1911 5 4
A.L. Moe, manager of Kinsley light and Power October 7 1915 1 5
A.L. Moffat January 4 1937 2 7
A.L. Moffat (Attorney) located upstairs in the J.C. Penney Store January 7 1943 5 1
A.L. Moffat, attorney April 4 1918 3 2
A.L. Moffat, Attorney (Location - over Byars Store) April  27 1922 7 4
A.L. Moffat, Attorney (Location - over Post Office) January 5 1922 6 1
A.L. Moffat, attorney at law, with office over the post office January 1 1920 6 6
A.L. Moffat, attorney has office over Post Office January 3 1924 6 6
A.L. Moffat, attorney upstairs of Post Office Januray  6 1921 2 6
A.L. Moffat, attorney upstairs of Post Office September 29 1921 1 2
A.L. Moffat, attorney,  located over the Post Office January 7 1915 7 6
A.L. Moffat, attorney, located over Byars Store January 7 1926 9 1
A.L. Moffat, attorney, located over the Byars Store January 5 1928 9 7
A.L. Moffat, attorney, located over the Penney's Store January 6 1944 5 1
A.L. Moffat, attorney, located upstairs in the postoffice January 2 1913 7 6
A.L. Moffat, attorney, located upstairs of the Kinsley Post Office Janurary 1 1925 7 6
A.L. Moffat, attorney, moves to over the post office November 28 1918 6 6
A.L. Moffatt, attorney at law with an office over the post office january 4 1923 6 6
A.M Gould, auto paint & varnish, located in the shop back of City Hall November 27 1919 6 5
A.M. Renstrom, painting, decorator located in old bakery house opposite creamery February 1 1901 1 5
A.Ott & Son April 4 1918 3 2
A.Ott & Son, shoes horses February 28 1918 1 5
A.Ott to build a brick blacksmith shop January 18 1923 4 6
A.R. Rigor, dentist, located over Leonard Jewelry shop January 5 1928 9 7
A.S. Allphin farm Loans December 28 1922 5 1
A.S. Allpin appointed Superintendent of the Hutchison reformatory February 8 1923 1 1
A.S. Allpin appointed Superintendent of the Hutchison reformatory March 15 1923 6 2
A.S. Allpin farm loans located upstairs in the Demain pharmacy building January 4 1923 3 5
A.S. Barnes, hack service" January 5 1910 5 1
A.T. Harmon,tanner January 23 1913 1 2
A.W. Spafford, cabints & woodwork, located 1st door north of Midland November 16 1910 5 5
A.W. Spafford, first door north of Midland Hotel January 4 1911 7 5
Abbie Lovette September 9 1920 1 5
Accident September 12 1929 1 3
Accident May 30 1929 1 5
Accidents February 25 1937 1 1
Accidents January 7 1937 1 1
Accidents May 12 1932 1 5
Accidents January 28 1932 1 1
Acme Filling Station located opposite the Opera House May 18 1916 8 1
Acme Matress April 27 1933 11 6
Acme Mattress Company March 23 1933 1 6--7
Adam's Brothers    January 10 1929 12 6
Adam's Brother's hauling and dry business December 13 1928 11 1
Adam's Brother's hauling and dry business December 27 1928 1 3
Adams Brothers Transfer September 20 1928 3 1
Adam's Brothers Transfer January 10 1929 12 6
Addition of Fellsburg High School Building April 26 1923 7 3
Aderhold Motors files for bankruptcy August 16 1928 ? ?
Aderhold Motors selling Buicks May 3 1928 7 5
Aderhold Motors selling Star and Durnat cars located at Hargadine Garage Apirl 17 1924 7 5
Aderhold Motors selling Star and Durnat cars located at Hargadine Garage April 10 1924 1 3
Aderhold Motors selling Star and Durnat cars located at Hargadine Garage April 17 1924 10 5
Aderhold Motors selling Star cars June 9 1927 10 1
Aderhold Motors selling Star cars Janurary 15 1925 5 4
Aderhold Motors selling Stars & Durant cars January 12 1928 6 1
Aderhold, A.D. December 18 1930 1 2---3 &7
Aderhold, A.D. December 18 1930 1 2---3
Aderhold, A.D. February 2 1933 2 3
Aderhold, A.D. March 2 1922 1 3
Aderhold, A.W. May 3 1928 7 5
Advance Thresher located along the right of way on Niles is owned by Oscar Alspaugh. He buildinga warehouse. April 20 1910 8 3
Advance Thresher, owned by Oscar Alspaugh, located along the Santa Fe Railroad & Main St. July 12 1911 3 6
Aerial spraying of field for weeds March 11 1948 1 1
Aerial spraying of field for weeds January 1 1948 1 1
Agent Stoner August 12 1920 1 1
Agnes H. Loney, Insurance Agent February 18 1926 5 5
Agnes, Floyd (Mrs) December 18 1930 1 3
Agnew, Floyd March 9 1922 11 1
Agnew, Floyd July 14 1921 8 5
Agnew, Mrs Floyd January 20 1944 4 7
Aiken Lumber February 9 1933 1 1
Air tank exploded at Kinsley Mill and Elevator November 25 1920 3 1
Aitken Lumber Company March 13 1930   6----7
Aitken Lumber Company November 13 1930 ? 1---2
Aitken Lumber Company January ? 1939 ? ?
Aitken Lumber Company February 4 1937 4 6---7
Aitken Lumber Company May 30 1935 7 6--7
Aitken Lumber Company May 5 1932 7 7
Aitken Lumber Company December 22 1932 8 1
Aitken Lumber Company March 30 1933 3 5
Aitken Lumber Company February 26 1931 6 6
Aitken Lumber Company July 12 1934 5 5
Aitken Lumber Company January 20 1938 8 7
Aitken Lumber Company December 22 1938 1 3
Aitken Lumber Yard March 31 1927 8 5
Aitkin Lumber Company May 3 1928 7 5
Alamo Hotel, built in 1885 January 4 1901 4 4
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop September 1 1932 1 2
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop October 27 1932 1 4
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop February 16 1933 8 1
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop January 23 1930 ? 1---2
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop January 24 1935 3 4---7
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop February 16 1933 7 1
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop May 14 1931 6 6
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop August 2 1934 5 2
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop January 10 1929 10 5
Al-An-Net Coffee Shop February 7 1929 3 3
Al-an-Net Coffee shop January 27 1927 6 1
Al-an-Net Coffee Shop March 1 1928 6 6
Alberding, F.L. July 3 1930 ? 1---3
Alberding, F.L.(Frank) December 8 1932 1 4
Alcha Wright January 8 1920 10 ?
Alexander, Mrs. C.F. June 1 1944 3 7
Alfred Weinelt, variety store will rent Donnell-Gonder building where Porter Drug store abd Leonard Jewelry was May 16 1918 5 1
Alfred Weinelt, variety store will rent Donnell-Gonder building where Porter Drug store abd Leonard Jewelry was December 15 1918 1 4
Alfred Weinelt's Variety Store February 19 1920 5 5
Allen, William February 26 1920 1 3
Allied trades building September 1 1932 1 6
Allis Chalmers Tractors and Implements June 8 1933 8 5
Allis Chalmers Tractors and Implements June 12 1930 ? 1--2
Allis-Chalmers farm implements January 21 1937 6 1---3
Allis-Chalmers Implements April 14 1938 10 5
Allison building January 17 1929 12 5
Allison building torn down January 17 1929 1 7
Alllis Chalmers Farm equipment January 16 1941 7 1
Allphin & Mosberger Insurance & Real Estate (located over Demain Pharmacy) October 20 1921 8 1
Allphin, A.S. February 22 1934 1 3
Allphin, A.S. December 28 1922 5 1
Almost a coal famine November 21 1916 1 6
Alspaugh  buys Kinsley Milling June 26 1924 1 3
Alspaugh Garage December 21 1922 11 1
Alspaugh Garage selling Rumely, Buick & Goodyear April 7 1921 1 4
Alspaugh Garage selling Rumely, Buick & Goodyear November 10 1921 1 1
Alspaugh selling Massey-Harris implements May 22 1924 4 3
Alspaugh, George December 21 1922 11 1
Alton, Anna April 8 1937 5 4
Alton, Ed December 8 1932 1 4
Alumni banquet fo 1923 May 24 1923 6 4
American Hotel February 24 1909 1 2
American Hotel March 2 1910 5 3
American Hotel January 21 1915 5 5
American Hotel February 17 1916 5 3
American Hotel  managed by  John L. McCarty December 11 1913 5 3
American Hotel  managed by Fred Rentz February 13 1913 4 5
American Hotel  owned by Fred Rentz burns down July 4 1918 1 3
American Hotel lot being cleaned up June 12 1919 6 2
American Hotel owned by A.J. Rapp January 4 1901 5 4
American Hotel, Fred Rentz will manage March 18 1915 1 4
American Hotel, owned by A.J. Rapp sells to F.J. Rentz April 27 1910 5 3
American Legion November 7 1935 1 5
American Legion March 23 1922 1 1
American Legion February 28 1929 1 1
American Legion (located in the Industrial Club rooms) Januray  6 1921 5 6
American Legion located in the Kinsley Graphic building January 28 1943 1 6
American Legion organized September 25 1919 1 2
American Steam Laundry Januray  6 1921 7 1
American Steam Laundry at the Rummell Hardware Store February 24 1909 1 6
American steam Laundry managed by M.M. Rummell June 14 1911 7 1
American steam Laundry managed by M.M. Rummell April 27 1916 4 6
American Steam Laundry owned by M.M. Rummell February 13 1919 4 3
American Steam Laundry owned by M.M. Rummell January 10 1918 4 3
American Steam laundry owned by Mark Rummell January 5 1910 5 1
American yacht, resolute, won the regatta for the American Cup July  29 1920 2 5
Anderson, Charles January 18 1934 1 3
Anderson, Harlow January 7 1937 7 5---7
Anderson, L.L. January 7 1937 1 7
Anderson, L.L. December 6 1928 14 5
Anderson, M. J. January 27 1944 3 7
Andress (Mrs) December 23 1943 4 4
Andress Greenhouse March  17 1932 5 1
Andress Greenhouse March 19 1931 6 5
Andress Sho Repair April 7 1921 6 1
Andress Shoe Shop February 25 1937 4 1---2
Andress Shoe Shop June 16 1932 1 2
Andress Shoe Shop July 19 1934 5 3
Andress Shoe Shop January 13 1938 8 4
Andress Shoe Shop March 16 1922 7 1
Andress Shoe Shop (Gonder-colver Building) February 5 1931 1 5
Andress Shoe Shop (Next door to Palace Barber Shop) June  6 1929 1 1
Andress Shoe Shop located opposite the Kinsley Bank March 10 1927 11 7
Andress Shoe Shop owned by H.H. Andress April 10 1924 7 3
Andress Shoe Store, moves to building recently vacated by the Elite Theatre September 21 1911 4 6
Andress, E.L. July 5 1934 4 6
Andress, Elmer April 6 1933 4 1
Andress, H.H. March 16 1922 7 1
Andress, H.H. June  6 1929 1 1
Anna Fravel's dairy January 1 1943 4 6
Anne's Café January ? 1939 ? ?
Anne's Café January ? 1939 ? ?
Anne's Café January 14 1937 4 4
Anne's Diner January 2 1941 4 1
Anne's Grill January 19 1933 7 6
Anne's Grill October  20 1932 1 7
Anne's Grill August 23 1934 7 6
Anne's Grill February 27 1938 4 1
Anne's Grill February 24 1938 6 6
Anne's Grill January 28 1943 4 7
Anne's Grill located in the East half of the Goldschmidt building May 11 1944 1 8
Anne's Grill located in the west half of the Goldschmidt building January 20 1944 4 7
Anne's Grill located in the west half of the Goldschmidt building April 27 1944 1 8
Anniversary of W.L. Burcher and Harriet Coffield Burcher married 54 years September 9 1920 1 4
Ansley, Gene A, Dr, March 4 1937 5 1----3
Anthony & Northern Railroad name changed to Wichita & Northwestern November 27 1919 5 1
Anthony and Northern September 9 1915 1 1
Anthony and Northern celebration July 13 1916 8 1
Anthony and Northern celebration July  20 1916 8 1
Anthony and Northern coming July 15 1915 1 4
Anthony and Northern Railroad January 17 1918 2 5
Anti-Horse Thief Association May 10 1911 1 4
Anti-Horse Thief Association June 14 1911 6 2
Antler Pool Hall July 7 1932 1 3
Antlers' Barber Shop managed by Wagner & Hartsock August 29 1918 1 3
Antlers Billiard Hall April 28 1921 9 5
Antler's Billiard Hall February 28 1929 1 7
Antler's Billiard Hall June 1 1944 6 5
Antlers Billiard Parlor December 18 1930 ? 5---7
Antlers Pool Hall (111 East 6th) July  7 1932 1 3
Antler's Pool Hall owned by Will Nichols July 31 1924 7 5
Antler's Pool Hall owned by Will Nichols February 21 1924 6 6
Antlers Pool Hall sold to G. H. Miner March 4 1915 1 4
Antlers Poolhall owned by W.P. Nichols June 19 1913 5 4
Antlers Poolhall owned by W.P. Nichols June 26 1913 1 26
Applebaugh, Herbert January 28 1937 3 1---2
Application for naturalization approved for Henry Herrmann, Albert Wanderlin & Andrew Frank Naab November 29 1923 1 6
April 11, 1920 storm severe April 15 1920 ? 3
Arcadia ballroom May 11 1933 8 1
Arcadia Ballroom November 1 1934 10 6
Arcadia Hall January 14 1937 8 8
Arch Phillips Dray Business April 15 1937 1 4
Architect's plan for new county hospital approved it will located on 5th Street December 16 1948 1 1
Ark Valley Turkey Co-op January 6 1944 1 7
Arkansas River June 9 1921 1 1
Arkansas Valley Lumber Co. April 29 1926 4 5
Arkansas Valley Lumber Co. June 20 1918 3 4
Arkansas Valley Lumber Company formerly Kanokla Lumber Company May 6 1915 5 1
Arkansas Valley Lumber company will leave February 13 1919 8 5
Arkansas Valley Lumber Company, C.L. Skinner, prop. February 20 1919 1 4
Arkansas Valley lumber Company, selling silos May 6 1915 5 1
Arkansas Valley Telephone September 28 1916 1 3
Arkansas Valley Telephone Co April 11 1918 2 1
Arkansas Valley Telephone Co. located in the back of the Detar Building January 10 1918 1 4
Arkansas Valley Telephone Co. will move to front rooms of the DeTar building February 27 1913 1 4
Arkansas Valley Telephone, Dr. H.E. Lindas, general manager December 2 1915 5 2
Arkansas Valley turkey Co-op May 27 1943 8 8
Arlington Hotel is traded to Frank Newman February 20 1913 5 3
Arlington Hotel owned by Martha Evans February 20 1913 5 3
Arlington House July 27 1911 2 4
Arlington House August 17 1911 1 1
Arlington House May 30 1918 3 1
Arlington House January 14 1915 5 3
Arlington Houseis leased to Mrs. Sams by Mrs. Lizzie Bieber January 14 1915 5 2
Arlington Rooming House located at 8th & Colony and owned by Mrs. M.E. Evans September 21 1910 1 2
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) January 5 1933 2 6
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) ? ? 1939 ? ?
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) January 7 1937 2 8
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) May 16 1935 2 7
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) January 14 1932 2 7
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) January 5 1933 1 7
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) July 30 1931 7 30
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) July 5 1934 2 7
Armitage, A.C. (Doctor) January 6 1938 2 8
Armitage, A.C. (doctor) January 2 1941 1 7
Armitage, George (Doctor) January 7 1937 2 8
Armour Cream Station ? ? 1932 8 5
Armour Cream Station April 13 1933 1 4
Armour Cream Station (Sam Woods building-Marsh Ave) November 19 1931 4 3
Armour Cream Station(Yung's Garage-Marsh Avenue) July 30 1931 5 5
Armour Creamery April 13 1933 4 4
Armour Creamery March 20 1930   1----2
Armour Creamery December 18 1930 ? 7
Armour Creamery June 11 1931 3 4
Armour Produce July 12 1934 8 1
Armour, Sam August 24 1944 3 1
Armour's Creamery (110 East 7th) July 5 1934 8 3
Armour's Creamery (110 East 7th) March 10 1938 5 1
Army & Navy Store Januray  6 1921 5 2
Arnold Spiegel returns to Kinsley June 28 1923 8 4
Arnold, Tom November 30 1944 5 1
Arthur Taylor, milk producer January 6 1944 1 3
Artist December 1 1932 1 6
Asmussen Blacksmtih Shop September 27 1938 8 6
Athletes donated money to the Kinsley City library Janurary 22 1925 1 4
Atteberry Service Station August 26 1937 10 6---7
Atteberry, G. H. April 1 1937 1 5
Attorney January 5 1933 2 7
Attorney May 25 1933 2 7
Attorney     1933 2 7
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 16 1930 9 7
Attorney January 16 1930 9 7
Attorney January 16 1930 9 7
Attorney January 16 1930 9 7
Attorney December 18 1930 1 6
Attorney January 7 1937 2 7
Attorney January 14 1937 1 3
Attorney January 4 1937 2 7
Attorney January 7 1937 2 7
Attorney April 8 1937 1 4
Attorney January 7 1937 2 7
Attorney May 16 1935 2 6
Attorney May 16 1935 2 6
Attorney January 14 1932 1 6
Attorney January 14 1932 2 6
Attorney January 14 1932 2 6
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 5 1933 2 6
Attorney January 15 1931 1 6
Attorney January 11 1934 2 6
Attorney Broadie located upstairs in the Rex Wood store April 7 1909 2 6
Atwood, Forest July 28 1932 1 6
Au-Bonette Café December 8 1938 4 1
Au-Bonnette January 9 1930 4 6---7
Au-Bonnette January 4 1937 4 6---7
Audrey Mills beautican in shop upstairs in the Sellars-Hildenbrand Store October 4 1928 1 5
Austen Bantam automobile August 14 1930 1 5
Austin Hood February 8 1923 3 1
Auto & Tractor Repair shop March  24 1932 2 4
Auto Paint Shop April 21 1921 11 1
Auto Paint Shop July 28 1921 8 3
Auto Top shop January 5 1922 8 1
Auto Top Shop September 7 1922 1 4
Auto Top Shop, manager is H.O. McDaniel January 4 1923 5 5
Auto Top Shop, manager is T.H. Rinne January 4 1923 5 5
Automobile dealers January 9 1930 5 all
Automobiles May 13 1937 1 1
Automobiles July 1 1937 1 1
Autor, Bob January 29 1948 ? ?
Awnings April 23 1931 7 1---2
B & B Auto Salvage (northwest part of town) February 16 1939 ? ?
B & B Auto Salvage located 1 block north & 1.2 block west of courthouse January 23 1941 5 6
B & B. Auto Salvage September 23 1943 7 5
B. J. Young sells photoshop April 5 1910 2 2
B.F. Hanna sells to J.H. Sherfy April 15 1915 8 1
B.F. Tatum & A.L. Moe new office at the corner of 6th & Colony January 18 1911 5 2
B.F. Tatum adds on to the west December 1 1916 1 1
B.F. Tatum buys Kinsley Garage that was John Merton's April 6 1916 5 4
B.F. Tatum rents Wilson Brothers office December 14 1910 7 6
B.F. Tatum selling Paige, Oakland, Buick & Hupmobiles on north Marsh Ave. February 13 1913 5 4
B.F. Tatum selling Paige, Oakland, Buick & Hupmobiles on north Marsh Ave. June 12 1913 1 4
B.F. Tatum, Implements, sells to T.E. Dodd February 9 1910 1 4
B.F. Tatum, Implements, sells to T.E. Dodd February 23 1910 8 4
B.F. Tatum, selling buick & Mitchell automobiles at the old stand April 6 1910 4 4
B.F. Tatum, selling Hup sedans March 9 1916 5 1
B.H. Finch, contractor & builder December 15 1927 23 1
B.J. Young  of the New Art Studio has the agency for the American Steam Laundry March 1 1923 1 6
B.J. Young buys interest in McCarty Laundry December 21 1910 7 1
B.J. Young, artist, located around the corner from Demain January 17 1924 5 1
B.J. Young, photographer March 10 1909 1 5
B.J. Young, photography January 5 1910 2 2
B.J.Young Photography (location--north of Demain Pharmacy) September 21 1922 3 4
Baby Show December 12 1929 3 4
Baker, attorney, leaves September 21 1911 5 5
Baker, Mary Lee in N.D. Oliphant building December 14 1944 8 7
Baker, William "Bill" December 1 1932 1 6
Ball Manufacturing December 1 1916 1 1
Ball Manufacturing December 12 1916 1 2
Ball Manufacturing  June 15 1916 4 4
Ball Manufacturing will open Kinsley Branch in the Wear Building October 14 1915 1 3
Bank robbery November 3 1929 1 2
Bankruptcy November 27 1930 1 1
Bankruptcy September 25 1930 1 7
Bankruptcy August 14 1930 1 3
Banks May 21 1931 1 1
Barbaric & Barbaric, chiropractors ,in the DeMain  Building January 2 1913 7 1
Barbarick & Barbarick, chiropractors in the Demain Building January 7 1915 7 6
Barber Shop and Bathroom managed by E.W. Tyler on north Main Street February 1 1901 1 6
Barber Shop, Steve Harris December 21 1911 8 3
Barbers March 9 1933 5 1
Barge, J. B. August 5 1937 1 ?
Barlow  Hatchery January 10 1929 7 1
Barlow & son, poultry farm March 13 1919 7 3
Barlow & son, poultry farm, located on the southwest edge of Kinsley May 22 1919 3 4
Barlow & Sons produce February 10 1927 2 10
Barlow & sons, poultry January 31 1918 5 4
Barlow Chicken hatchery in business for 10 years April 17 1924 10 5
Barlow eggs March 4 1915 6 2
Barlow Electric Hatchery January 26 1933 1 3
Barlow Electric Hatchery January 26 1933 1 3
Barlow Electric Hatchery January 16 1930 6 6
Barlow Electric Hatchery January 5 1933 8 1
Barlow Electric Hatchery( 4 blocks sourth of high school) January 14 1932 2 6
Barlow Hatchery January 22 1931 8 6
Barlow, Catherine January 14 1932 2 6
Barnes, A..S. January 3 1935 1 2
Barnes, Mansel March 31 1938 1 6
Barnes-Siemer Poultry Housebuilding on site of old Arkansas Valley Lumber Co. July  8 1920 1 3
Barnett Variety Store November 27 1930 1 1
Barnett, W.E. January 16 1930 9 7
Barnett, W.E. January 12 1922 6 1
Barnett, W.E. August 11 1921 7 3
Barnett, W.E. (Legal counselor) January 3 1929 11 7
Barnett's Clothing January 12 1922 6 1
Barnett's Clothing April  6 1922 6 1
Barrett, Ralph E April 4 1929 1 7
Bartlett, Herbert August 25 1938 1 1
Barton, A.. E. January 9 1930 6 5---7
Baskett, George July 5 1934 8 3
Battery Shop (108 East 7th) September 6 1934 8 7
Baugher Blacksmith and Wagon shop January 19 1922 10 6
Baugher, D,A. August 10 1922 1 2
Baugher, D.A. January 6 1944 1 7
Baugher, Ed January 19 1922 10 6
Baugher's Pure Food Groceries August 10 1922 1 2
Baugher's Pure Food Groceries May 18 1922 1 4
Baugher's Pure Food Groceries June 1 1922 1 1
Baugher's Pure Food Groceries June 1 1922 10 5
Baughter, Ed January 19 1922 10 6
Baxter bicycle business in back of the opera house  building June 26 1919 3 2
Baxter building Janurary 10 1935 8 4
Baxter building (108 East 7th) September 6 1934 8 7
Baxter Furniture Store March 24 1938 8 5
Baxter, D.D. July 29 1943 5 1
Baxter, J.M. March 9 1922 1 5
Baxter's Second Hand Store located in the Opera House July 29 1943 5 1
Baxter's store March 9 1939 8 7---8
Beal & Co. "land for sale" located west of the NEW postoffice on west main January 5 1910 5 3
Beal & Co. "land for sale" located west of the NEW postoffice on west main April 6 1910 1 1
Beal & Ives selling Paige automobiles October 14 1915 5 2
Beal buys iceplant and will bring to Kinsley July 27 1910 5 6
Beal, Charles April 21 1932 1 7
Beal, Charles August 19 1948 ? ?
Beal, Charles L. December 23 1943 5 1
Beal,, Charles September 21 1944 8 5
Beal,, Charles December 21 1944 1 2
Beal's beauty Parlor located next door south of Motor Sales Co. May 29 1941 1 7
Beal's Café (609 Colony) June 16 1932 1 2
Bear & Wimberly January 5 1922 9 5
Bear & Wimbesly December 1 1921 7 5
Bear Produce March 13 1941 5 6
Bear Produce January 7 1943 7 6
Bear Produce June 22 1944 5 4
Bear Produce Janurary 1 1925 6 5
Bear Produce July 26 1928 1 7
Bear Produce  October 9 1930 1 4
Bear Produce  February 23 1939 ? ?
Bear Produce  February 25 1937 5 6---7
Bear Produce (new location) March 9 1933 8 1
Bear Produce buys Lee Produce March 6 9 1  
Bear Produce buys Lee Produce July 31 1924 5 5
Bear Produce Company January 14 1932 7 6
Bear Produce Company January 19 1933 1 4
Bear Produce Company January 22 1931 7 1
Bear Produce Company December 20 1934 2 6
Bear Produce Company March 3 1938 8 6
Bear Produce Company April 5 1934 1 6
Bear Produce Company January 7 1926 5 1
Bear Produce located across from Kinsley High School January 20 1927 7 6
Bear Produce located across from Kinsley High School February 17 1927 9 6
Bear, S.E. March 9 1933 8 1
Bear, S.E. October 9 1930 1 4
Bear, S.E. January 19 1933 1 4
Bear, S.E. December 21 1922 10 6
Bear, S.E. October 6 1921 1 3
Bearden Electric  located in the Cox Building opposite the Palace Theatre October 13 1921 8 1
Bearden Electric  located in the Jose Watson building east of the Kinsley Graphic July 14 1921 4 5
Bearden Electric at corner of 6ths and Santa Fe Trail January 5 1922 10 1
Bearden Electric located in Kinsley Light Company July 7 1921 4 4
Bearden Electric located with L.E. Hargadine opposite the Palace Theatre and 1/2 block  back October 6 1921 3 2
Bearden Electrical Company January 18 1923 6 1
Bearden, G.W. August 3 1922 1 6
Bearden, G.W. July 7 1921 4 4
Bearden, G.W. July 14 1921 4 5
Beatrice Cream Station March 9 1939 8 7--8
Beatrice Cream Station May 12 1938 1 8
Beatrice Cream Station (110 East 7th) March 10 1938 5 1
Beatrice Cream Station (Cole building) April 26 1934 8 1
Beatrice Cream Station (Cole building) January 11 1934 2 7
Beatrice Creamery across from Kinsley Feed in the Schaller building February 23 1922 9 4
Beauty contest July 7 1932 1 6
Beauty Revue August 11 1932 1 1
Beauty Shoppe January 2 1930 ? 1
Became a state bank  and was named the Kinsley Bank May 10 1928 1 3
Beck Plumbing April 7 1938 7 1
Beck Plumbing May 2 1920 8 5
Beck, C.C. December 4 1930 ? 1---3
Beck, C.C. September 4 1930 3 1---3
Beck, C.C. April 7 1938 7 1
Beck, C.C. May 2 1929 8 5
Beck, C.C. (plumber) Januray  20 1921 1 2
Beck, Gracia Beeler April 22 1937 5 3
Beck, W.H. (Bill) May 23 1935 8 6--7
Beckwith Hardware March 2 1909 5 1
Beckwith Hardware February 3 1909 1 4
Beckwith Hardware  in bankruptcy until July 1; C.W. Beeler is trustee. January 18 1911 1 4
Beckwith Hardware bankrupt August 12 1911 1 1
Beckwith, E.O. February 11 1926 1 3
Beeler Barn October 2 1930 1 ?
Beeler Barn July 20 1933 1 6
Beeler Building (North Marsh Avenue) February 9 1939 ? ?
Beeler family relatives of Thomas Thomas of Wales July 26 1923 3 2
Beeler Hardware, was Beckwith's, Jack Stowell, manager November 9 1911 5 5
Beeler Hardware, was Beckwith's, Jack Stowell, manager November 9 1911 5 5
Beeler Livery located east of Grove Hotel August 10 1911 4 3
Beeler, C. W. May 25 1933 ? ?
Beeler, C.W July 24 1934 5 4
Beeler, C.W. June 30 1938 1 4
Beeler, C.W. January 12 1922 3 6
Beeler, C.W. ? ? 1925 ? ?
Beeler, C.W. April 12 1928 1 3
Beeler, C.W. - loans & cattle business located across the street from Motor Sales April 18 1929 13 5
Beeler, Charles October 9 1930 1 4
Beeler, H.B. October 2 1930 1 ?
Beeler, H.H. December 6 1934 1 6
Beer Garden May 30 1935 4 4
Beer Garden opens east of city limits March 29 1934 1 7
Beezley, Bob February 16 1939 ? ?
Beezley, Bob September 23 1943    
Behnke, Fred February 11 1937 8 2
Beiser, Fred October ? 1930 ? ?
Belfont June  13 1929 1 3
Bell Telephone January 16 1944 1 1
Bellows move into Riisoe house acrosss from Kinsley Garage July 7 1919 5 4
Belpre Mill and elevator July 26 1928 1 7
Ben Ely & sons May 1 1919 6 4
Ben Ely Barn moved from south of the Kinsley High School March 31 1921 8 3
Ben Ely buys livery barn and moves it to his lot south of the high school November 9 1910 7 1
Ben Ely buys livery barn and moves it to his lot south of the high school November 9 1910 8 3
Ben Ely buys Livery Barn from Joe Crow June 23 1909 1 4
Ben Ely, livery, east of Grove Hotel August 10 1911 4 3
Ben Ely, livery, J.E. Sims buys January 12 1910 5 3
Ben Prather October 14 1943 4 ?
Bentley Hardwar February 9 1933 1 1
Bentley Hardware April 27 1933 4 7
Bentley Hardware May 15 1930 ? 5---7
Bentley Hardware April  10 1930   3
Bentley Hardware and Furniture December 7 1939 11 6--7
Bentley Hardware and Furniture January 7 1937 8 5
Bentley Hardware and Furniture March  14 1935 1 2
Bentley Hardware and Furniture May 2 1935 1 4
Bentley Hardware and Furniture April 21 1932 3 1
Bentley Hardware and Furniture January 22 1931 5 6
Bentley Hardware and Furniture December 6 1934 10 ?
Bentley Hardware and Furniture January 6 1938 8 5
Bentley Hardware and Furniture June 9 1938 5 7
Bentley, F.A. April 10 1930   3
Bentley, Howard February 27 1930 1 7
Bentley, Howard May 15 1930 ? 5--7
Bentley, Howard April 10 1930   3
Bentley, Howard January 7 1937 8 5
Bentley, Howard March  14 1935 1 2
Bentley, Howard January 22 1931 5 6
Bentley, Howard October 26 1944 1 2
Bentley's January 6 1944 1 7
Bentley's Hardware April 22 1943 3 ?
Bentley's Hardware & furniture Store February 12 1941 5 3
Bentley's Hardware & furniture Store May 15 1941 3 6
Bentley's Warehouse and furniture Auction located first door south of Shaffer implement April 29 1943 4 5
Berger, August May 21 1931 1 4
Bernard Martin of Kansas City takes charge of the Rex Woods, tailor shop September 7 1910 1 6
Bernatzki, Joe March 31 1921 9 5
Bert Andress, shoe repair,moves in with A.B. DeMoss tin shop just east of Evans Hardware March 4 1915 5 1
Beta Delphian organized January 4 1923 1 4
Better Farm Homes Exhibition May 13 1937 Special Edition
Bidleman December 22 1932 1 6
Bidleman, Clair January 28 1932 1 1
Bidleman, Clair November 24 1932 1 3
Bidleman, Glen December 12 1929 3 4
Bidwell Building January 19 1933 1 4
Bidwell Building October 2 1930 ? 6---7
Bidwell Building October 2 1930 ? 1---2
Bidwell Building September 25 1930 ? 6---7
Bidwell Building December 1 1932 1 2
Bidwell Building January 21 1932 8 1
Bidwell Building January 19 1933 1 4
Bidwell Building January 5 1933 4 3
Bidwell, Curt January 21 1932 8 1
Bidwell, Edwin T August 31 1922 1 1
Bieber & Timken in the Midland Hotel (2 doors N. of Post Office) November 10 1909 5 5
Bieber & Timken real estate located second door north of old postoffice. January 19 1910 6 B
Bieber clock repair March 23 1933 8 7
Bieber Commission August 10 1922 1 8
Bieber Commission Co, owned by F.A. Bieber, located in the Baxter building March 13 1924 1 6
Bieber Commission Co, owned by F.A. Bieber,moved to Ware Building across the strett from Palace Theater May 15 1924 2 5
Bieber Commission Company (tannery, leather and second hand) Januray  6 1921 1 1
Bieber Commission Company located opposite the old opera house September 16 1920 10 5
Bieber Produce, successor to Lee Produce February 6 1919 5 1
Bieber Produce, successor to Lee Produce May 29 1919 2 1
Bieber, F.A April 3 1930 1 5
Bieber, F.A. March 23 1933 8 7
Bieber, F.A. August 15 1929 11 1
Bieber, F.A. (Location north room of the Baxter Building (Flohr Opera) December 28 1922 8 4
Bieber, F.A. (Location north room of the Baxter Building (Flohr Opera) August 3 1922 10 4
Big Brothers December 22 1932 1 6
Big Lakes" on Niles Avenue near Korte's Filling Station (4th & Niles) April 8 1948 1 7
Bill Baker - sign maker September 15 1927 6 1
Billing's Cash Market January 1 1920 5 1
Billings Cash Market successor to Mr. Popp October 16 1919 7 6
Billy Bishop works at the Tonsorial Parlor October 18 1901 5 3
Billy's Café March 5 1931 7 7
Billy's Lunch July 10 1937 ? 6---7
Binghaam. Janu February 7 1929 1 1
Bingham Real Estate and Insurance January 14 1932 2 7
Bingham Real Estate and Insurance January 22 1931 3 7
Bingham, D. J. February 9 1933 2 7
Bingham, D. J. January 14 1932 2 7
Bingham, D. J. January 22 1931 3 7
Bingham, D. J. July 5 1934 2 7
Bingham, D. J. January 6 1938 2 8
Bingham, D. J. August 25 1938 10 4
Bingham, D.J. January 5 1922 6 1
Bingham, D.J. - Real estate and insurance January 3 1929 11 7
Bingham, J January 7 1937 2 8
Birds Roofs April 7 1932 5 4
Births - 1930 January 8 1931 4 5
Bishop Barber Shop located on 1st floor of the Donnell & Hoffman building September 15 1909 1 1
Bishop Barber Shop sold to R.L. Mattingly March 23 1910 5 4
Bishop Barber shop takes ofver Harley Hartscok' s business & fixtures August 14 1913 5 4
Bishop Hennessey dies July  15 1920 1 5
Bishop's Barber Shop located next door to the Disch Shoe Store April 6 1916 1 6
Bivouac's new owner is Robert Mellies September 16 1948 ? ?
Blacksmith December 11 1930 ? 1---2
Blacksmith (614 Niles) July 2 1931 5 5
Blair, Gerald December 8 1932 1 2
Blizzard (1886) Janurary 7 1937 2 2
Blizzard (1932) January 7 1932 1 7
Bloom Bank robbery January 5 1933 1 ?
Blue Bird Candy Shop January 17 1929 3 6
Blue Bird Candy Shop August 8 1929 15 ?
Blue Bird Candy Shoppe January 23 1930 ? 5--6
Blue Front Livery, oldest livery & sale stable in Edwards County January 19 1910 3 5
Blue Moon Café  was the Shamrock Café December 14 1944 1 7
Blue Moon Café located at 622 Colony December 14 1944 8 7
Bluebird Café July 22 1948 ? ?
Board of education April  6 1922 1 3
Board of education May 1 1941 ? ?
Board of education April 17 1941 1 ?
Bob Mattingly located at the corner of 6th and Marsh trades his shop for farm ground November 2 1930 1 2
Bobbie Fries Dance Studio June 16 1938 6 7
Body and Fender Repair Shop January 22 1931 5 1
Body of Imogene Ratzcliff found in the Pawnee Creek November 1 1928 1 2
Boehme, John Janurary 7 1937 1 7
Boettcher, William February 25 1937 1 1
Bomber" named May 27 1943 1 7
Bombing range January 20 1944 1 8
Bombing range January 13 1944 1 1
Bombing range January 27 1944 1 1
Bombing range February 3 1944 3 4
Bombing range February 10 1944 1 1
Bombing range February 24 1944 1 1
Bon Ton January 5 1910 1 2
Bon ton Café July 12 1911 1 1
Bon Ton Café, new prop., J.H. Penticuff December 7 1911 7 11
Bon- Ton-Café Green sells to Elwin J. Glasswein August 11 1909 6 5
Bon-Ton-Café manged by Bruce Hetzel Janaury 6 1909 6 6
Bon-Ton-Café manged by John Greenl Janaury 12 1909 1 1
Bootlegging January 13 1916 1 1
Boots Cleaning Shop (112 East 6th) March 24 1932 ? ?
Boots Tailor Shop January 10 1929 3 1
Boots Tailor Shop August 22 1929 1 2
Boots Tailor Shop September 26 1929 1 5
Boots Tailor Shop January 13 1927 11 1
Boots Tailoring, cleaning & pressing; prop. Is E.C. McAfee, located in the west room of Goldschmidts September 4 1924 4 5
Boots Tailoring, cleaning & pressing; prop. Is E.C. McAfee, located in the west room of Goldschmidts August 28 1924 10 5
Boots" McAfee Cleaners January 21 1926 8 1
Borgmann, A. J. (Al) February 2 1939 ? ?
Botts Tailor shop March 8 1928 8 6
Botts Tailor shop January 5 1928 9 1
Bounty February 4 1932 1 1
Bowers Shoe Shop March 13 1919 7 2
Bowling Alleys January ? 1939 6 ?
Bowling Alleys December 1 1932 1 2
Boy Scout Troop #1 Janurary 8 1925 1 2
Boy Scouts annual camping trip June  13 1929 4 5
Bradford, C.E. Januray  6 1921 2 6
Bradford, Gene December 1 1938 16 6
Bratcher, Zora July 7 1938 8 7
Bridge across Coon Creek  on Massachusetts Avenue June 5 1941 1 ?
Bridges over Coon Creek on Niles Avenue and Colony Avenue February 8 1934 1 6
Britoon' garage purchased Alspaugh Garage February 8 1923 4 1
Britton  Chevrolet Motor December 8 1938 19 6
Britton Motor January 15 1931 10 5
Britton Motor August 2 1934 4 4
Britton Motor Co. selling Goodyear tires and radio sets January 17 1924 5 4
Britton Motor Company January 3 1929 8 1
Britton Motor Company May 12 1927 7 1
Britton Motor Company January 5 1928 8 6
Britton Motor Company May  31 1928 1 2
Britton Motor Company selling Chrovelets at the corner of Marsh Avenue & 7th Street August 16 1928 1 7
Britton Motor Company, selling Chevrolets January 7 1926 5 6
Britton Motors February 9 1933 1 9
Britton Motors January 9 1930 5 all
Britton Motors January 30 1930 ? 5---7
Britton Motors November 20 1930 1 4
Britton Motors January ? 1939 ? ?
Britton Motors February 25 1937 5 6---7
Britton, H. G. February 22 1934 1 3
Britton, Lloyd January 30 1930 ? 5--7
Broadie, attorney, located over L.S. Parker;s store January 5 1910 2 6
Broadie, W.E. Janurary 5 1933 2 7
Broadie, W.E. January 16 1930 9 7
Broadie, W.E. ? ? 1939 ? ?
Broadie, W.E. January 7 1937 2 7
Broadie, W.E. May 16 1935 2 6
Broadie, W.E. January 14 1932 1 6
Broadie, W.E. January 5 1933 2 6
Broadie, W.E. January 15 1931 1 4
Broadie, W.E. - attorney July 5 1934 2 6
Broadie, W.E. - attorney January 6 1938 2 7
Broadie, W.E. - lawyer (located upstairs in the Wilson building) January 3 1929 11 7
Broadie, W.E. , attorney, located in the K of P building January 13 1927 11 7
Brodbeck April 8 1937 1 4
Brodbeck  Amusement July 7 1927 10 3
Brodbeck & Sons will set up east of Beal & Co. Office April 28 1909 5 5
Brodbeck Amusement July 7 1921 6 2
Brodbeck Amusement September 11 1924 8 6
Brodbeck amusement April 27 1919 2 4
Brodbeck amusement April 22 1915 5 2
Brodbeck amusement July 5 1916 ? ?
Brodbeck Amusement Company June 22 1922 4 4
Brodbeck Brothers Amusements May 10 1928 10 5
Brodbeck brothers carnival May 15 1930   1---3
Brodbeck carnival February 28 1929 1 4
Brodbeck Carnival May 5 1941 1 7
Brodbeck swimming pool May 25 1933 6 6
Brodbeck swimming pool June  12 1930   6---7
Brodbeck swimming pool May 27 1937 6 1---2
Brodbeck swimming pool May 26 1938 10 1
Brodbeck swimming pool June 30 1938 5 8
Brodbeck swimming pool April 4 1929 1 2
Brodbeck swimming pool July 28 1927 1 7
Brodbeck swimming pool August 4 1927 1 5
Brodbeck, Ben January 3 1935 1 2
Brodbeck, Ben May 15 1930   1---3
Brodbeck, Ben June 22 1922 4 4
Brodbeck, Ben January 7 1943 4 7
Brodbeck, Fred January 3 1935 1 2
Brodbeck, Fred May 15 1930   1---3
Brodbeck, Fred June 22 1922 4 4
Brodie October 16 1930 1 5
Brodie Law Office October 16 1930 1 5
Brooks of L.F. Leuthen & Brooks leaves June 22 1910 1 3
Brown Produce Co.(Location opposite Opera house in Swift Cream Station) January 5 1922 8 1
Brown Produce Co.(Location: moves to Kinsley Feed Store March 30 1922 6 5
Brown Produce located in the Swift Cream Station opposidte the Opera House December 29 1921 4 1
Brown, Charles F December 29 1921 4 1
Brown, Charles F. January 5 1922 6 1
Brown, H.H. January 17 1935 1 7
Brown, Herbert February 16 1939 ? ?
Brown, J.R. March 13 1930   1---3
Brown, Mrs. Herb September 2 1943 1 2
Bryant's Roller Rink December 1 1938 7 1
Buell and Moon sell tracking business to Plankenhorn March 1 1928 1 7
Buell, Everett July 19 1934 4 1
Buell, H.A. September 4 1930 1 2
Buell, H.A. October 11 1928 1 5
Buell, H.H. September 4 1930 ? 1---3
Buiding and Loan building (second floor) January 14 1937 8 8
Build a Swimming Pool  February 16 1928 1 1
Build new Kinlsey Grain elevator July 28 1909 1 4
Building & Loan associationmAY May 5 1909 5 4
Building and Loan February 1 1934 1 5
Building of a town (Nettleton) January 14 1915 1 1
Building of a town (Nettleton) February 18 1915 8 1
Building of a town (Nettleton) February 25 1915 8 1
Building of a town (Nettleton) July 1 1915 1 3
Bullock Tin Shop April 24 1930   6----7
Bullock Tin Shop February 12 1931 8 1
Bullock Tin Shop January 10 1929 7 4
Bullock Tin Shop February 24 1927 7 6
Bullock Tin Shop (north of South park) December 8 1932 1 2
Bullock Tin Shop (on 7th St.in Baxter building) January 28 1932 7 1
Bullock, W.Q January 28 1932 7 1
Bullock, W.Q December 8 1932 1 2
Bullock, Walter Q January 10 1929 7 4
Bunch Amusement Parlor January 5 1933 4 3
Bunch, E.  January 5 1933 4 3
Bunch, Eucla December 1 1932 1 2
Bunkle Brothers shop April 8 1943 3 6
Burgess Barnes has rented the north part of the Baxter building to open a restaurant December 25 1924 6 2
Burgess, L.W. March 16 1922 6 5
Burgess, L.W. November 3 1921 9 4
Burgess, L.W. August 18 1927 9 6
Burgess, L.W. February 4 1926 10 5
Burgess, L.W. December 9 1926 10 5
Burial of E.A. Noble October 4 1923 1 2
Buried treasure in Hodgeman County April 12 1934 2 3
Burke Shoe  Shop (202 East 6th) July 16 1931 1 5
Burke Shoe Repair shop (located in the Turner building) January 3 1929 11 7
Burke Shoe Repair shop (moved from turner building)) June  6 1929 1 1
Burke Shoe shop December 18 1930 1 3
Burke Shoe shop July 28 1931 1 6
Burke Shoe shop November 23 1933 8 1
Burke Shoe shop March 20 1930   6---7
Burke Shoe shop October 2 1930 ? 1---2
Burke Shoe shop September 18 1930 ? 1---2
Burke Shoe shop February 4 1932 4 4
Burke Shoe shop February 2 1933 7 1
Burke Shoe Shop (105 East 6th) May 29 1931 6 1
Burke, Clarence April 19 1928 1 5
Burke, Ralph July 28 1931 1 6
Burke, Ralph September 18 1930 ? 1---2
Burlton & Strawn Auto & machine Shop (located at the old A. Ott stand) January 3 1929 11 1
Burlton & Strawn auto and machine shop is located at the old A. Ott stand May 10 1928 13 1
Burnett, R.W. January 6 1922 1 5
Burnett, Roy August 11 1921 6 5
Burnett, Roy July 24 1921 6 2
Burnett's Pure Food Groceries January 5 1922 10 5
Burnett's Pure Food Groceries August 10 1922 1 2
Burns & Richardson, painting & paperhanging October 30 1924 8 4
Burns Richardson wallpaper hanging & painting March 30 1922 11 4
Burns Richardson, painting and wallpapering July 14 1921 4 2
Burns, Dube June 24 1937 1 2
Burns, Mabel October 25 1928 9 6
Burriss and Slauughter, attornies August 3 1922 8 1
Burriss and Slauughter, attornies February 2 1922 1 4
Bush barbershop August 2 1923 10 6
Bush Insurance June 29 1944 1 3
Bush restaurant January 24 1924 6 2
Bush, Ed April 7 1921 6 2
Bush, Mrs. May June 29 1944 1 3
Business men's lunch June  21 1928 12 5
Businesses - ads September 26 1935 3---4 1----7
Businesses - ads July 31 1930 ? ?
Busy Corner Implement & Hardware Store  located opposite from Evans Hardware February 20 1913 4 4
Busy Corner Implement & Hardware Store owned by H. J. Norris & F. E. Bauer February 20 1913 4 4
Buxton, A.E. January 7 1937 6 5--7
Buxton, A.E. January 7 1926 7 6
Buxton, Mrs. A.E. March 18 1937 3 1---4
Byar's building March 30 1922 12 7
Byars Clothing January 13 1927 4 ?
Byar's Clothing March 9 1922 1 5
Byars, J.B. January 10 1929 10 1
C. Ellis Stevens Hail Insurance April 8 1937 5 1---2
C. H. Smith, nursery March 3 1927 3 1
C. Hesam Electric (located at 323 Marsh) June 12 1941 12 1
C. M. Woods, new home February 26 1920 2 3
C. R. Johnstone & T. S. Cooper open new meat market December 8 1909 1 5
C. V. Harney, watch repair, located in Leonard Jewelry July 12 1911 1 3
C.A. Baker, attorney, will move into Russell building September 28 1911 4 2
C.A. Baker, new attorney, located with T.S. Haun June 29 1910 1 5
C.A. Brenner retires from Simpsons March 1 1911 5 3
C.A. Brenner returns to Pearson building June 21 1911 5 3
C.A. moon is district manager of White Eagle Oil Co. August 16 1923 1 3
C.A. Mosher sells pharmacy to John & Joe Demain June 22 1910 1 3
C.A. Wright January 8 1920 10 ?
C.B.D. Colver August 10 1911 8 3
C.B.D. Colver will build store at Main & Colony & move L.F. Beal office  July 5 1910 5 4
C.B.D. Colver, real estate and insurance April 26 1901 1 5
C.C. Beck buys A.A. smith's tire business November 28 1918 7 6
C.C. Beck Dairy October 14 1943 6 5
C.C. Beck plumber November  10 1927 10 6
C.C. Beck Plumbing and Heating December 4 1930 ? 1---3
C.C. Beck Plumbing and Heating September 4 1930 3 1---3
C.C. Beck, plumbing September 11 1924 5 4
C.C. Stinson  Transfer (located in the south part of Charles Turner Building) January 24 1929 4 2
C.C. Strait leased the machine shop & garage from Schaeffer Motors December 13 1928 15 1
C.D. Herrick Bakery January 19 1933 1 2
C.D. Herrick, baker at the City Bakery May 30 1918 5 6
C.E. Slaughterr, real estate, loans, insurance, upstairs in the post office January 4 1911 7 1
C.E. Society March 17 1932 4 3
C.F. Alexander dairy January 20 1927 8 6
C.F. Smith, osteopath, located in the Keener building January 5 1928 9 7
C.F. Stewart (location at Loice's old stand) October 12 1922 9 1
C.H. Alexander shoe repair located next to old Edwards County Bank May 3 1901 8 1
C.H. Lippoldt Insurance August 4 1921 11 1
C.H. Lippoldt Real Estate August 24 1922 7 4
C.H. lippoldt will move from upstairs in Keeners building to the building vacted by Will Pierce January 30 1919 5 1
C.H. Lippoldt, insurance April 4 1918 8 1
C.H. Lippoldt, real estate April 1 1915 4 3
C.H. Lippoldt, real estate August 3 1916 3 4
C.H. Miner , my new building, opposite the Palace Theatre is for rent November 21 1918 4 6
C.H. Molt buys Elmer Miners cleaning & pressing business September 19 1918 5 1
C.H. Molt, cleaning and pressing June 20 1918 5 1
C.H. Nursery located east of south side school March 1 1923 10 5
C.H. Smith Nursery May 11 1933 3 3
C.H. Smith, trees located East of Southside Grade School March 3 1921 4 4
C.H. Smith, trees, east of Southside School February 21 1924 7 5
C.H. Smith, trees, located east of Southside School February 23 1910 4 5
C.H. Smith, trees, located east of Southside School February 28 1918 2 5
C.H. Smith's Greenhouse & nursery located east of South Side School March 29 1928 13 6
C.M. Smith, trees, east of Southside School March 1 1911 4 5
C.M. Wood, auctioneer March 20 1919 5 5
C.M. Woods Café sells to W.F. Pierce (Kinsley Graphic) September 26 1918 3 2
C.N. Mosher, doctor & surgeon on Marsh over telephone office February 10 1909 3 4
C.N. Mosher, physician & surgeon, in K of P. building June 14 1911 7 1
C.N. Mosher, physician & surgeon, located 4 doors south of Edwards County Bank January 4 1901 4 1
C.N. Mosher, physician & surgeon, located in the basement of the National Bank January 5 1910 2 6
C.O Alton, Leader of the Kinsley Band June 29 1910 5 3
C.O. Alton rents floorspace of Coles for pianos October 12 1919 7 3
C.O. Alton will open music store in the storeroom formerly occupied by Rex Woods October 12 1910 7 3
C.O. Wilson buys  Ricketts & Steffy's shop October 27 1909 1 3
C.O. Wilson painting and paperhanging February 24 1909 8 3
C.O. Wilson, house, sign, & carriage painting located just east of the Alamo January 4 1901 1 6
C.O. Wilson, house, sign, & carriage painting located just east of the Alamo buys from Taylor Flick April 5 1901 5 3
C.O. Wilson, paint and paper January 5 1910 6 1
C.O.D. store at Timkens owned by J.O. Harney February 28 1913 5 5
C.R. Johnston's Meat market  March 9 1910 6 5
C.R. Johnston's Meat market closed August 17 1910 7 3
C.R. Maxey, barber, in Wilson building July 12 1911 2 2
C.R. Pilburn, real estate July 12 1911 ? 2
C.W.  Beeler, Real Estate Loans January 20 1909 2 1
C.W. Beeler June 26 1919 4 5
C.W. Beeler, real estate February 12 1920 7 5
Calvert Shoe Rebuilding Shop February 25 1937 4 1---2
Calvert Shoe Rebuilding Shop November 24 1932 1 5
Calvert Shoe Rebuilding Shop September 22 1932 8 1
Calvert Shoe Rebuilding Shop February 9 1933 4 6
Calvert Shoe Rebuilding Shop July 12 1934 4 1
Calvert Shoe Repair April 22 1943 1 7
Calvert's Shoe rebuilding shop January 9 1941 5 6
Calverts Shoe Store February 17 1944 4 6
Calverts Shoe Store November 16 1944 1 1
Calverts Shoe Store sells to Truman Davis January 20 1944 3 1
Calvin Priest begins selling milk in Kinsley November  20 1924 1 4
Calvin Priest kicked by muleat Shipley Feed Yard August 19 1920 1 3
Campbell's Market January 7 1926 10 1
Capt. Ewing offered an additional 2 year contract February 8 1923 1 3
Captain Raymond C. Potter January 1 1920 1 6
Car (auto) tags October 17 1929 1 6
Car owners of Edwards County August 7 1919 5 ?
Car tags April 11 1929 1 1
Car thief captured in Lewis March 22 1934 1 5
Carl Bukre's (?) garage in Belpre robbed December 16 1920 1 4
Carl Moore, land agent June 2 1913 2 6
Carl Namur sold his interest in the ice plant to Henry Charlet August 12 1920 1 4
Carl W. Moore, abstract January 14 1915 1 6
Carl W. Moore, farm & city inusrance in Postoffice building August 3 1911 4 3
Carl W. Moore, farm & city inusrance in Postoffice building May 3 1911 1 5
Carl Willbrand owned by the Wilson brothers January 30 1913 1 6
Carl Willbrand owned by the Wilson brothers January 9 1913 1 3
Carl Willbrand trades  with  the Wilson brothers January 23 1913 5 2
Carl Willbrand, confectionery, cigars, ice cream & newsstand July 12 1911 1 1
Carload of apples owned by H.J. Hughes located on the Tubb's track October 26 1910 3 5
Carnival April  8 1937 1 4
Carnival May 15 1930   1---3
Carnivals May 5 1941 1 7
Carpenter September 28 1933 7 7
Case filed against county commisioners and location of the new courthouse February 23 1928 1 2
Case Implement March 13 1930   6----7
Case Stout, harness, buys H.J. Draut harness shop December 21 1910 1 3
Case Stout, harness, moves to building recently vacated by Elite theatre September 21 1911 4 6
Cash  Clothiers  sellling men's clothing and managed by Rex Woods June 22 1916 5 4
Cash  Clothiers owned by Rex Woods January 21 1915 8 4
Cash Clothier Januray  13 1921 5 2
Cash Clothier (men's clothing) January 5 1922 4 1
Cash Clothier, owned by Rex Woods April 4 1918 3 5
Cash Clothier, owned by Rex Woods, the floor giving away May 30 1918 3 1
Cash Clothier, Rex Woods, selling mens and boys clothing January 15 1920 6 4
Cash Clothiers January 10 1924 5 1
Cash Clothiers February 28 1924 1 2
Cash Clothiers owned by Rex woods sells to Ott clothiers February 21 1924 4 1
Cash Co-operative Market (location North Colony) May 13 1937 4 3---5
Cash Grocery located in the south room of the Opera House and run by Joe Sommerhauser January 23 1913 4 1
Caterpillar Implements March 13 1930   1---3
Caterpillar Tractors June 11 1931 3 4
Cattle Brand Register March 16 1933 6 4
Cavenah Service Station June 25 1931 6 5
Cement Stave Silo located north of coal chutes Januray  13 1921 1 4
Centerview Grade School March 29 1934 1 3
Central Beauty Shop February 9 1939 ? ?
Central Beauty Shop February 23 1939 ? ?
Central Beauty Shop December 8 1938 14 4
Central Beauty Shop July  24 1941 4 5
Central Hardware Supply Co (the Winchester Store) succesor to Rouse & Goodman January 11 1923 8 4
Central Harware Supply Co. March 29 1923 12 5
Central Harware Supply Co.(the Winchester Store) successor to Rouse & Goodwin January 11 1923 8 4
Central Meat Market December 18 1924 13 1
Central Produce July 12 1934 8 1
Central Service Station January 26 1933 6 1
Central Service Station January 9 1930 5 3---4
Central Service Station ? ? 1939 8 ?
Central Service Station January 7 1937 6 3---7
Central Service Station July 18 1935 1 6
Central Service Station September 8 1932 1 1
Central Service Station January 26 1933 6 1
Central Service Station July 2 1931 3 7
Central Service Station July 5 1934 2 4
Central Service Station December 8 1938 6 7
Central Service Station January 10 1929 7 1
Central Service Station February 10 1927 6 1
Central Service Station February 10 1927 6 1
Central Service Station October 11 1928 1 5
Central Service Station March 1 1928 1 7
Central Service Station  (222 East 6th St.) November 10 1938 7 1
Central Service Station (222 East 6th St) September 29 1938 7 1
Central Service Station (222 East 6th St) November 3 1938 8 6
Central Service Station (Corner of 8th & Niles Avenue) August 2 1934 5 6
Central Service Station located across from the Palace Theatre September 21 1944 1 5
Central State Roofing January 15 1931 10 7
Central State Roofing Company (915 East 7th St.) February 20 1930   4---7
Central Transfer Exchange(location McAdoo's Battery Station) August  15 1929 11 1
Central Transfer Exchange(location McAdoo's Battery Station) August 15 1929 11 1
Chalk, Lucille November 1 1928 4 5
Chalk, Lucille K March 17 1932 5 5
Chamber of Commerce January 18 1934 1 1
Chamber of Commerce Januray  20 1921 1 1
Chamber of Commerce Januray  27 1921 3 1
Chamber of Commerce February 17 1921 1 6
Chamber of Commerce (Second floor of the Edwards building) February 16 1922 10 5
Change road to cemetery April 17 1924 5 6
Change road to Kinsley Cemetery April 17 1910 5 6
Chapin Transfer February 9 1933 8 7
Chapin Transfer September 18 1930 ? ?
Chapin Transfer ? ? 1937 ? ?
Chapin Transfer January 22 1931 8 5
Chapin Transfer September 20 1934 8 7
Chapin Transfer December 8 1938 14 1
Chapin, Guy September 18 1930 ? ?
Chapin, Guy January 22 1931 8 5
Chapin, Guy December 8 1938 14 1
Chapin, Harold January 7 1932 1 3
Charles A. Baker embezzles May 29 1913 1 5
Charles A. Baker embezzles June 5 1913 1 4
Charles A. Baker, attorney over Russell Clothing January 2 1913 7 5
Charles A. Baker, attorney over Russell Clothing is leaving Kinsley May 8 1913 1 4
Charles A. Mosher & company January 4 1901 4 4
Charles A. Mosher & Company September 6 1901 5 4
Charles A. Mosher & company located in the Post Office block June 21 1901 4 5
Charles Alexander, dairy August 14 1924 1 3
Charles Alexander, dairy, sale October 9 1924 12 3
Charles B. Bates of Denver, Colorado died athe M. Miller farm July  15 1920 1 6
Charles Bates buys out Rex Woods May 31 1911 1 4
Charles Brodbeck Amusement June 15 1910 5 6
Charles Edwards October 5 1910 1 2
Charles Edwards November 16 1910 7 4
Charles Falk sells Kinsley Implement company to J.P woods & H.d. Jones September 20 1901 8 3
Charles Gunkle hauling rented the former cream station on Colony January 13 1927 10 6
Charles Gunkles's hauling and dray business December 13 1928 11 1
Charles Gunkles's hauling and dray business December 27 1928 1 3
Charles H. Falk has storeroom  on the corner of 6th & Niles Avenue February 22 1901 4 6
Charles H. Falk sells to J.P. Wood September 20 1901 4 5
Charles H. Falk, cornshellers January 4 1901 4 5
Charles Hensen September 2 1920 1 6
Charles Herrmann buys Grove Hotel June 19 1924 1 3
Charles Herrmann buys Mission Café and open bakery August 7 1918 1 3
Charles Herrmann leases second & thrid floor for hotel February 14 1918 1 1
Charles Hetzel, carpenter & builder April 10 1924 6 5
Charles Hetzel, contractor January 4 1923 3 5
Charles Hetzel, contractor & builder April  6 1922 5 1
Charles Kelley - honey (location 0 East 6th) January 19 1922 4 1
Charles Kelley nursery April 26 1928 10 1
Charles Kelley Nursery (East 5th St.) April 28 1932 9 4
Charles Kelley selling Luther Burbank tomatoes April 24 1924 7 1
Charles Kelley, gardener April 14 1927 2 6
Charles Kelly's vegetables located on East 6th Street May 5 1921 7 4
Charles Kimzen January 8 1920 10 5
Charles N. Willard, attorney & notary public in te Russell building January 7 1915 7 5
Charles N. Willard, attorney & notary public in te Russell building leaves Kinsley  August 5 1915 5 4
Charles N. Willard, attorney, located upstairs in the Russell building April 17 1913 6 3
Charles Turneer takes over Midland Hotel December 25 1919 5 2
Charlet, Henry March 24 1921 11 4
Charlet, William August 17 1922 1 1
Charley Turner retires from Santa Fe Trail Cream Station February 21 1924 8 3
Charley Turner Store  May 27 1937 1 3
Charlie Smith and Weage Nursery March 29 1901 8 4
Chautauqua August 17 1922 8 4
Chautauqua August 31 1922 1 3
Chautauqua September 7 1922 1 1
Cheap (Mrs.) January 26 1933 4 5---7
Cheatham's(J.H.)  creamery (location 4 doors north of the Kinsley Ice Cream factory) July 25 1929 12 1
Chesbro, Jack June ? 1939 8 7--8
Chester Bidleman elected president of Edwards County Teachers Association April 26 1923 9 4
Chester Mairs sold his interest in the Rexall Drug Store May 24 1923 1 4
Chester Williamson May 24 1923 1 4
Chet's Taxi Service January 6 1944 5 2
Chevrolet automobiles November 20 1930 1 4
Chevrolet automobiles January ? 1939 ? ?
Chevrolet automobiles February 25 1937 5 6---7
Chief of Police of Kinsley March 7 1929 1 4
Chiropractors January 5 1933 2 6
Chiropractors January 16 1930 9 7
Chiropractors September 25 1930 1 3
Chiropractors July 10 1930 ? ?
Chiropractors December 7 1939 6 7---8
Chiropractors January 7 1937 2 8
Chiropractors May 16 1935 2 7
Chiropractors January 14 1932 2 7
Chiropractors March  31 1932 5 4
Chiropractors January 5 1933 2 7
Chiropractors February 5 1931 12 1
Chiropractors January 22 1931 3 7
Chiropractors July 5 1934 2 7
Chiropractors January 6 1938 2 8
Chris Hildenbrand September 20 1928 1 7
Christian Church - Kinsley February 25 1932 1 2
Christian Science service at A.E. Noble's residence January 11 1923 4 1
Christian Science service at A.E. Noble's residence March 15 1923 3 3
Christmas Cheer---a walk down Main street December 18 1919 9 2
Christmas menu at the Davenport Hotel December 21 1911 8 3
Christmas tragedy--Craft and Riley - 4 die December 29 1938 1 7
Chrysler car dealer April 27 1933 12 5
Chrysler car dealer March 6 1930   1---2
Chrysler car dealer January 16 1930 4 1---3
Chrystal Cleaners (112 East 6th) March  24 1932 ? ?
Church of the Holy Nativity April 8 1937 1 2
City & Kinsley Meat Meat Market managed by E.S. McCune March 3 1909 4 3
City & Kinsley Meat Meat Market managed by E.S. McCune and Johnstone May 5 1909 5 2
City Bakery December 8 1932 1 2
City Bakery January 19 1933 1 2
City Bakery December 28 1922 1 2
City Bakery January 10 1929 6 1
City Bakery January 27 1927 12 1
City Bakery January 12 1928 3 6
City Bakery April 25 1918 3 2
City Bakery  July 24 1930 1 3
City Bakery & lunch room January 15 1920 5 1
City Bakery (Farlow-Baskett) October 4 1933 4 6
City Bakery (Farlow-Baskett) January 9 1930 6 1
City Bakery , J.A. Williamson, prop. February 20 1919 1 3
City Bakery , J.A. Williamson, prop., adds café May 22 1919 1 4
City Bakery and lunchroom Januray  13 1921 7 4
City Bakery, C.D. Herrick April 3 1924 9 2
City Bakery, C.D. Herrick June 26 1924 8 5
City Bakery, C.D. Herrick December 18 1924 25 5
City Bakery, moves to Bidwell Building  one door east of the electric light office February 7 1918 3 4
City Barber Shop managed by F.E. Taylor February 1 1901 1 5
City Barber Shop owned by Harley Hartstock December 7 1911 1 5
City Barber Shop owned by Harley Hartstock January 4 1911 6 1
City Barber Shop owned by Hrley Hartsock January 5 1910 2 6
City Barber, manager Harley Hartstock February 10 1909 7 5
City Barber, north side of Main Street June 14 1911 7 1
City Café August 24 1922 1 1
City Cleaners August 16 1934 4 ?
City Cleaners April  6 1922 5 5
City Cleaners January 20 1927 6 1
City Cleaners January 12 1928 6 1
City Cleaners run by S.r. Somerville June 12 1924 7 5
City Cleaners(moves to front of Rapp building) March 30 1922 1 2
City Hall January 23 1930   4
City Hall February 20 1941 1 5
City Laundry located in the back of City Cleaners November 11 1948 1 6
City Library February 20 1941 1 5
City Library Janurary 1 1925 1 1
City mail service October 23 1930 1 3
City Manager July 21 1932 1 1
City Manger March 10 1921 1 1
City Meat Market August 24 1922 1 4
City Meat market May 26 1927 7 6
City Meat Market ? ? 1913 ? ?
City Meat Market May 6 1915 4 5
City Meat Market  R.j. Carrier buys from H.B. Oliphant March 9 1916 5 1
City Meat Market at the opera house May 23 1918 5 1
City Meat Market located west of Rummell's Hardware January 1 1920 6 6
City Meat Market located west of Rummell's Hardware, new owner  L.O. Weydenhammer July  29 1920 1 4
City Meat Market owned by L.O. Weidenheimer December 25 1924 3 1
City Meat market, first door west of Rummell Hardware, S.A. Franklin prop. April 24 1919 1 1
City Meat market, managed by H.B. Holman was called West Meat Market January 20 1916 1 2
City Meat Market, managed by H.B. Oliphant January 27 1916 8 4
City Photograh, managed by John Bacon is located near railroad January 4 1901 1 5
City Tailor is sold to Molt by Somerville November 24 1916 1 3
City Tailor located next door to Fair Store August 31 1916 5 4
City Tailor located opposite Evans hardware September 28 1916 10 4
City Tailor located opposite Evans hardware September 28 1916 6 4
City Tailor managed by Molt & Somerville March 2 1916 4 4
City Tailor put up awning April 13 1916 5 5
City Tailor, opposite the Kinsley Mercury May 6 1915 5 5
City Tourist Campground March 20 1919 1 4
City Tourist Campground May 8 1919 1 4
City Tourist Campground SikesRobert will adjoin by Anthony & Northern Campground March 27 1919 1 4
Civil War Veterans June 1 1933 1 6
Civil War Veterans June 1 1922 1 3
Civil War Veterans August 16 1922 5 1
Clair Allison July  5 1923 1 5
Clarice Stutzman January 20 1944 4 1
Clarice Stutzman , women's clothing May 29 1941 4 3
Clarice Stutzman' women's clothing store located on the south side of 6th next to Parkers January 14 1943 1 1
Clarice Stutzman' women's clothing store located on the south side of 6th next to Parkers September 28 1943 1 1
Clark Hotel September 22 1909 1 6
Clark Hotel April 1 1901 5 4
Clark Hotel moves to Park Hotel June 14 1901 5 4
Clarke Hotel January 5 1910 1 6
Cleaners February 2 1933 4 6
Cleaners March 13 1930   6---7
Clifford Lancaster May 31 1928 1 2
Clothing and dry goods store January ? 1939 ? ?
Clyde Charles & Roy Russell by Molt Cleaning & Pressing October 23 1919 7 2
Clyde Charles Cleaners located next door to the Palace Theatre Januray  6 1921 2 6
Clyde Johnston, west meat market, managed by McCune & Johnston September 14 1910 1 5
Clyde Slaughter opens Realestate & Insurance Offcie upstairs in the Post Office November 3 1909 1 5
Cochran  Battery Co. located east of Paris Furniture September 1 1921 8 1
Cochran Battery Company (Opera House Block) March 9 1922 1 5
Cochran Battery Company (Opera House Block) March 9 1922 1 5
Cochran, L.G. September 1 1921 8 1
Coffe Cup café September 16 1948 ? ?
Coffe Cup café September 16 1948 ? ?
Coffee Cup December 7 1933 6 1
Coffee Cup February 25 1937 4 1---2
Coffee Cup August 23 1934 7 7
Coffee Cup December 23 1943 5 1
Coffee Cup September 21 1944 8 5
Coffee shop March 11 1943 5 3
Cofffee Shop January 13 1938 4 1
Col. F.D. West, auctioneer February 17 1916 7 5
Col. F.D. West, auctioneer, inquire at Kinsley Mercury February 10 1909 7 5
Col. F.D. West, auctioneer, inquire at Kinsley Mercury January 2 1913 7 6
Col. F.D. west, auctioneer, inquire at the Kinsley mercury June 14 1911 7 1
Col. F.D. West, auctioneer, inquire at the Kinsley Mercury April 4 1918 4 4
Col. F.D. West, auctioneer, President of the Kansas Auctioneer Association, inquire at Kinsley Mercury January 5 1910 2 6
Col. F.D. West, auctioneer,trades garage building for farm June 12 1913 5 1
Col. P.C. Sims (Located  in the Keener building) January 5 1922 6 1
Col. P.C. sims moves his ofice to upstairs in the National Bank November 28 1918 4 3
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer February 8 1923 3 1
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer at the Keener building January 3 1924 6 6
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer, located  in the Keener building July 7 1921 5 1
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer, located first door south of J.D. Taylor's office January 1 1920 6 4
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer, located first door South of the J.D. Taylors January 6 1921 2 6
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer, located in the Keener Building Janurary 1 1925 7 6
Col. P.C. Sims, auctioneer, with an office in the Keener building January 4 1923 6 6
Col. P.C. Sims, inquire at the Kinsley Mercury May 16 1918 6 4
Col. P.C.Sims, auctioneer, located ifrst door south of the National Bank January 7 1926 9 1
Col. Sims moved from Keener building to the firs room south of the National Bank of Kinsley September 6 1923 1 6
Col. W. S. Leonard, auctioneer Januray  6 1921 3 1
Col.P. C. Sims, auctioneer January 2 1919 4 3
Col.P.C. Simst, auctioneer, moves office from bank to Rummell building July 31 1919 4 3
Cold Storage Plant January 30 1913 1 5
Cold Storage Plant March 27 1913 5 4
Cold Storage Plant May 1 1913 1 1
Cold Storage Plant April 10 1913 1 2
Cole Building March 2 1933 1 4
Cole Building  March 2 1933 1 4
Cole Furniture February 9 1933 3 1
Cole Furniture January 9 1930 4 6---7
Cole Furniture January ? 1939 1 2---4
Cole Furniture February 4 1937 1 8
Cole Furniture February 4 1932 3 5
Cole Furniture January 22 1931 2 6
Cole Furniture August 2 1934 5 6
Cole Furniture January 5 1922 7 5
Cole Furniture Januray  6 1921 6 5
Cole Furniture January 7 1943 7 6
Cole Furniture January 6 1944 7 7
Cole Furniture January 13 1927 2 1
Cole Furniture January 14 1926 3 1
Cole Furniture January 7 1926 7 10
Cole Furniture January 1 1920 6 4
Cole Furniture May 15 1924 4 1
Cole Furniture January 5 1910 2 2
Cole Furniture June 14 1911 4 1
Cole Furniture (623 Marsh Avenue) April 14 1938 9 1
Cole Furniture Co. January 2 1941 4 6
Cole Furniture Company January 10 1929 2 1
Cole Furniture Company ? ? 1925 ? ?
Cole Furniture Company January 5 1928 7 1
Cole Furniture Company January 4 1923 3 1
Cole Furniture moves from store east of the national Bank August 31 1910 1 5
Cole Furniture Store March 13 1919 6 4
Cole Furniture Store April 4 1918 3 5
Cole Furniture Store January 7 1915 9 5
Cole Furniture Store November 4 1915 3  
Cole Furniture Store February 17 1916 4 5
Cole Furniture will build February 9 1910 1 5
Cole, Joe and Mary (Vang) August 2 1934 5 6
Cole, Joe and Mary (Vang) April 14 1938 9 1
Cole, the furniture man January 2 1913 6 6
Colonel F.D. West, auctioneer, inquire at Mercury Office January 7 1916 7 6
Colonel Sims located under the old bank building May 18 1944 1 8
Colver & Beal Cadillac dealers January 6 1909 4 5
Colver & Beal Insurance June 23 1932 8 4
Colver & Beal Realtry Company November 3 1927 11 1
Colver & Gonder Building (116 East 6th) June 23 1932 8 4
Colver & Milne November 9 1911 1 6
Colver & Milne, farm loans January 2 1913 5 2
Colver quits bus service December 21 1911 5 6
Colver Realty Co. located at the rear of Kisnley Hotel September 23 1920 ? 5
Colver Realty, farm loans April 4 1918 4 5
Colver, Beal & Colver realtry company January 5 1928 8 1
Colver-Gonder building February 4 1932 1 6
Commencent Excercises for Kinsley High School, Fellsburg, and Offerle May 24 1923 5 all
Commercial Club will move to Community Theatre January 9 1919 1 3
Commision & Second hand store (Location first dooor north of Cole furniture) October 10 1929 1 1
Community canning center June 8 1944 1 6
Community Theatre February 20 1919 1 5
Community Theatre April 4 1918 1 6
Conco Filling Station (Highway 50 north of depot) July 19 1934 4 1
Concrete warehouse added to the back of Flohr Opera House April 21 1909 4 5
Congdon display Service April 21 1932 1 7
Congdon, Ned April 21 1932 1 7
Congreational Church parsonage October 27 1921 1 1
Congregational Church Annex July 14 1927 1 1
Congregational Church history May 27 1928 3 1
Conoco January 14 1943 6 1
Conoco ( on West 8th St) December 8 1938 1 5
Conoco Filling Station January 9 1930 5 3---4
Conoco Filling Station October 5 1939 3 1----4
Conoco Filling Station January 7 1937 6 3---7
Conoco gas station May 11 1933 8 5
Conoco service Stated (located at Highways 50-S and #183) April 24 1941 8 7
Conoco Service Station  and National Tires (8th & Niles Ave) August 2 1934 5 6
Conoco Service Station  and National Tires (8th & Niles Ave) July 14 1938 12 7
Conoco Service Station  and National Tires (8th & Niles Ave) December 8 1938 6 7
Conoco Service Station (50 S and #1 Highway) July 7 1938 1---4 1 & 2
Conoco Service Station (7th & Niles) November 21 1935 1 3
Consolidated Flour Mills  of Trousdale January 8 1920 10 5
Contact H.L. Schnatterly to advertise the "Great Southwest" January 1 1920 1 3
Continental Oil Company (8th Street & Niles Ave.) September 4 1930 ? 1---3
Continental Oil Company (SE corner of 10th & Niles Ave. August 12 1937 1 1
Continental Oil Station #1 September 4 1930 1 2
Continental Oil Station #3 September 4 1930 1 2
Contractor Hatfield completed new school house for District #12 August 9 1923 7 3
Contractor Hatfiled building the D.H. Blacksmith building September 13 1923 7 5
Contractors June 22 1933 5 1
Contractors April 6 1933 3 6
Contractors December 21 1933 6 1
Contractors May 25 1933 2 7
Contractors June 26 1930 ? 5--7
Contractors January 16 1930 9-Jan 7
Contractors December 18 1930 ? 5---7
Contractors December 18 1930 ? 5---7
Contractors December 7 1939 ? ?
Contractors February 25 1937 1 6
Contractors June 3 1937 4 7
Contractors February 18 1937 2 3
Contractors June 23 1932 1 2
Contractors January 14 1932 2 6
Contractors February 26 1931 7 1
Contractors January 22 1931 3 7
Converth, Ella April 1 1937 1 3---7
Cook, Don July 21 1932 1 2
Cooke, L.C. March 13 1930   1---3
Coon Creek Bridges March 8 1934 1 5
Coon Creek floods September 9 1943 1 2
Cooper-Elson upholstery & cabinet repair October 27 1927 12 5
Coover, Delos January 22 1948 ? ?
Coover, Jack February 16 1939 ? ?
Coover, Jack January 22 1948 ? ?
Coover, Jeb January 29 1948 ? ?
Coover, Jesse May 18 1944 6 7
Coover, Jessie March 18 1943 4 5
Coover, Marcus November 23 1944 3 ?
Coover, Marquerite November 23 1944 3 ?
Coover, Mrs. Ott April 27 1944 1 8
Coover, Otto February 16 1939 ? ?
Coover, Otto March 18 1943 4 5
Coover, Sam September 19 1935 1 5
Coover, Sam September 20 1934 5 7
Coover, Sam March 13 1941 3 5
Coover, Sam January 7 1943 5 3
Copp Pharmacy February ? 1939 ? ?
Copp Pharmacy January ? 1939 1 ?
Copp Pharmacy January 21 1943 4 1
Copp Pharmacy January 6 1944 5 3
Copp, W. C. January ? 1939 1 ?
Copp, W.C December 29 1938 1 6
Copp, W.C. January 21 1943 4 1
Cordes, A.J. August 17 1944 6 3
Corley & Ryan, inspection service, repairs & batteries located across the street from the Operahouse January 29 1920 4 5
Corn-hog association March 22 1934 1 5
Counterfeit money September 1 1932 1 7
Countryman Painting (  1322 or 1312 Colony Avenue) December 8 1938 19 1
Countryman, John D December 8 1938 19 1
County attorney May 5 1929 13 3
County Commisioners January 11 1934 1 7
County Commissioners vs. Schnatterly case to appeal to supreme court March 8 1928 1 2
County hospital December 23 1948 1 8
County hospital February 2 1948 1 8
County hospital July 1 1948 1 3
County teachers hold convention with Prof. McIntire of Trousdale presiding April 19 1923 1 6
Court cases for past fiscal year July 11 1929 1 7
Court House  January 5 1933 2 6
Court House basement November 12 1933 1 7
Courthouse January 7 1937 2 8
Courthouse January 14 1932 2 6
Courthouse January 5 1933 2 6
Courthouse January 6 1938 2 8
Courthouse March 15 1928 1 7
Courthouse March  15 1928 1 1
Courthouse May 10 1928 10 2
Courthouse proposed site May 3 1928 1 1
Cowan, Don January 6 1944 3 1
Cowen, Don January 2 1941 1 8
Cowles Blacksmith November 6 1930 ? 6---7
Cowles Blacksmith shop rebuilds October 16 1924 1 2
Cowles Blacksmith Shop, was Ed Baughers blacksmith shop May 29 1924 5 4
Cowles Blacksmith Shop, was Ed Baughers blacksmith shop buns down October 2 1924 10 6
Cowles, E.S. January 19 1922 10 6
Cowles, E.S. January 19 1922 10 6
Cowles, Frank November 6 1930 ? 6--7
Cox  Photography Studio March 3 1921 1 1
Cox Building January 5 1922 10 1
Cox filling station (West edge of Kinsley) April 1 1937 1 6
Cox filling station (West edge of Kinsley) April 20 1933 1 5
Cox Implements selling Gleaner & Baldwin combines January 20 1944 6 7
Cox Oil Company November 9 1944 7 7
Cox Photography  Studio January 9 1930 4 1---2
Cox Photography Studio January 26 1922 1 6
Cox Photography Studio October 13 1927 7 3
Cox Photography Studio June 7 1923 1 6
Cox Photography will build a new building May 6 1915 4 6
Cox Service Station September 21 1944 3 4
Cox Studio March 9 1933 1 5
Cox Studio January 7 1937 4 1---2
Cox Studio May 16 1935 4 7
Cox Studio July 5 1934 8 2
Cox Studio February 19 1920 1 1
Cox Studio January 31 1924 1 4
Cox Studio March 27 1919 1 4
Cox Studio is operated by it's owner, Jno Cox September 6 1923 7 1
Cox Studio, photography April 18 1918 1 1
Cox, D June 22 1933 1 7
Cox, Dee April 20 1933 1 5
Cox, Dee July 7 1938 5 1
Cox, Dee January 20 1944 6 7
Cox, Dee September 21 1944 3 6
Cox, J. Dee April 1 1937 1 6
Cozy Corner Refreshment Stand July 18 1935 1 6
Cozy Corner Refreshment Stand September 8 1932 1 1
Craft Home & Auto Supply located 3 doors west of the Palace Theatre formerly Nevins Hardware Novemer 16 1944 7 7
Craft, Hollis July 21 1932 1 1
Craft, Jane May 2 1935 4 3
Craft, Joe May 2 1935 3 1---3
Craft, Joe September 8 1932 1 4
Craft, Joe January 20 1938 8 7
Craft, Leo Januray  6 1921 1 6
Craft's Super Service May 13 1937 7 5
Craft's Super Service September 8 1932 1 4
Crafts Super Service Station April 27 1933 2 1---2
Crafts Super Service Station (707 Colony) December 21 1933 7 6
Crafts Super Service Station (707 Colony) October 25 1934 2 1
Crafts Super Service Station (707 Colony) January 20 1938 8 7
Cramer, John September 1 1938 1 5
Crandall Mattress Factory March 23 1939 7 1---2
Crandall, Fred March 30 1939 ? ?
Cranes Store selling fresh bread March 8 1901 4 2
Crawford and wing poolhall, leased from Nichols November  24 1916 4 1
Creamery January 5 1933 8 1
Creamery August 10 1933 12 6
Creamery August 3 1933 5 1
Creamery February 20 1930   6---7
Creamery February 27 1930 7 6---7
Creamery July 10 1930 ? ?
Creamery November 30 1939 5 ?
Creamery January 7 1937 8 5
Creamery May 27 1937 1 3
Crime December 22 1932 1 6
Crime September 1 1932 1 7
Crime January 3 1935 1 1
Crime December 8 1932 1 5
Crouse, Ira February 24 1921 4 3
Crow sells to Kansas Lumber Yard after the lumber yard fire in 1910 October 12 1910 1 2
Crows February 4 1932 1 1
Crow's Livery barn on Niles Avenue January 12 1910 6 6
Crystal Cleaners March 17 1932 1 1
Crystal Cleaners January 14 1932 8 6
Crystal Cleaners September 10 1931 8 6
Curley Top Beauty shop May 24 1934 5 1
Curly Top Beauty Shop April 6 1933 4 6
Curly Top Beauty Shop  April 6 1933 4 5
Curly Top Beauty Shop (1 block north of high school on Colony) August 4 1932 8 1
Cut Rate Market January ? 1939 ? ?
Cut Rate Market (name changed from Schnatterly Mercantile) August 11 1938 1 7
Cut Rate Market (Next to Schnatterly Mercantile) August 25 1938 7 7
Cyclone at Greensburg May 24 1923 1 2
D. H. Phillips April 15 1920 1 6
D. L. Bingham moves to back of Kinsley Post Office September 1 1909 1 4
D. M. Parten--moves furniture April 7 1921 10 3
D. Misner buys alamo and builds a warehouse in back February 1 1901 4 3
D. Misner, buggies and implements January 4 1901 5 1
D.A. Lester sign painting, pictorial and decorative painting January 1 1920 5 4
D.B. Riegel selling Oakland Cars, will buidl garage on Marsh south of the city building August 4 1909 1 6
D.B. Riegel, garage & autos, sells to Albert & Helmuth Stach (L 10, B 19, OT) January 18 1911 1 1
D.B. Russell will build two story brick on Main Street February 2 1910 4 3
D.B. Russell, farm loans September 7 1910 5 4